Arte Mortis: A Design Guide for Necrocrafts and Necromancers (PFRPG) PDF
Rank and File Games
While sane necromancers are few and far between, creativity is never lacking in the dark arts. From stitched together messes to beautifully sewn works of art, each serves a purpose within its creators research and designs. Warriors, servants, shambling monstrosities to guard your lairs, the Arte Mortis is a system designed to let players and game masters alike build their own customized undead beasts with as much or little specialization as you like. Entertain your group with your foul creations, horrify your enemies with the more dangerous ones, with this extended version of the Necrocraft ruleset your twisted imagination is the limit.
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